It has been a fantastic Spring so far. From temps in the 80s to snow flurries and back to temps in the 80s it has been a rollercoaster ride on the weather side. Fishing has been great overall, though we had a few outings where the stark weather/condition changes caused bites to change very quickly. Water temps have added 10+ degrees on most lakes in the area in the last few days. Walleye windows have tightened up to low light periods on the sunny days in many waters as the fish have shifted to early summer patterns. Many of the larger walleyes are holding on or near emerging weeds but we have found decent numbers on rock/wood structure as well. The pre-spawn bass bite was very good leading up to the hot spell. Panfish are scattered from shallow to deep. On some lakes, the crappies and bass immediately hit the beds with the warm up while the shallows on nearby lakes (even across the road in some cases) were empty. Expect things to level out as water temps stabilize. Musky spawning activity has increased dramatically which is a big plus for those of us looking forward to the musky opener. Muskies on many lakes should be well past the spawn by then.